Virtual Green Expo is Virtually Easy
Are you limited by time and budget constraints but hungry to hear from industry experts, earn continuing education credits, download whitepapers, network with peers and visit multiple suppliers all in one trip? The Virtual Green Expo is the solution, and we are pleased to announce that the show including all educational sessions will be FREE to registrants.
This is THE opportunity for you and your entire team to interact, one-on-one with others focused on green schools. We have lined up a full day of exhibitors, webinars, and experts that you can access right from your desk, including our specialized webinar topics on high-performance K-12 and college/university buildings and educational facilities that will address:
- Specifying interior, exterior and mechanical systems (plumbing, heating, roofing and wall systems)
- Creating a high-performance, healthy learning environment
- Financing, operating, maintaining and cleaning a green school
Attendees from other virtual shows have said: “I could quickly move from booth to booth to look for new technology,” “I liked the ability to ask questions in an open forum or private chat. With quick response,” and “The interaction was very cool. I love this setup.”
On August 4, 2011, the day will start with keynote presentation from expert John Shea, CEO, New York City Dept. of Education, Division of School Facilities, continuing with four back-to-back webinars each followed by a typed group chat session with presenters. Webinars will cover topics from design and construction to heating systems and air quality, with AIA and USGBC credits being offered for noted courses. See Agenda at www.thevirtualgreenexpo.com to find approved course information. Exhibit Hall hours will span the length of the show from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Plan to spend time chatting with product experts, viewing presentations, entering to win prize drawings and more!
Get up-to-the-minute details on what’s happening before, during and after the show by following ED+C on www.twitter.com/edcmagazine and have your say by using hashtag #GreenExpo.
For the full conference agenda and to register, go to www.TheVirtualGreenExpo.com.